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We visited the site on a very cold and grey January morning which added to the whole impression of the site. Prepare to feel shocked and sad, but this is also important and intented. An absolute must see.
The Tour Guide we had was great, now I understand why you should not take photos at a place like this, unless they are respectful ones. So many people taking photos at the front gate with smiles - not necessary or inside the chambers,with smiles,...More
How people can deny what happened during world war 2 beggars logical belief. A humbling visit to a well presented free site visit. We’ll sign posted or hire an audio guide. Everyone should go as we need to be mindful of the past as we...More
A may be a bit depressing, but it is real. Experience what the buildings looked like and actually walk by the cement slabs where this atrocity took place. This is history. Although CNN's latest poll shows that only 44% of people know about the Holocast...it...More
We spent a little over three hours walking through the old concentration camp. That is not nearly enough to qualitatively take in all of the information, pictures and atmoshpere that you will encounter there. If you are interested in learning about the start of the...More
It is very easy to find your way to the memorial site by public transport so I wouldn't spend the money joining a tour. The film is very sobering and informative and the exhibitions also gave you an insight into what it might have been...More
We enjoyed the tour and found the content appropriate for both our teenagers -14 and 16. The weather was freezing and much of the tour is conducted outside - can only give you a glimpse into what it must have been like. Information about n...More
We visited Dachau Concentration Camp in December and it has snowed that morning. Had you not know the history of this place, the snow made it seem rather peaceful and park like. Their is no entrance fee to enter and you tour the grounds at...More
We took our 8 and 10 year old. Any age is allowed into the site. We were able to tour parts of the camp on our own that were not as disturbing as other parts. My wife would check out an area ahead of us, then decide if the... More
We took our 8 and 10 year old. Any age is allowed into the site. We were able to tour parts of the camp on our own that were not as disturbing as other parts. My wife would check out an area ahead of us, then decide if the kids could handle it. We skipped a lot, but the kids were able to see a lot that they were able to handle. We did not take them into the documentary or take them on a guided tour, we also avoided many of the more graphic pictures and I think it ended up being a really healthy and educational event for them.